Gregg Rosenthal over at NFL.com is reporting that in spite of New York Giants running back Andre Brown having a great Week 3 game, RB Ahmad Bradshaw will resume his starting duties once he's healthy enough to play. Bradshaw has been cleared to practice this week and Brown has likely overtaken rookie RB David Wilson as the team's No. 2 option. Unless Bradshaw is injured again, Brown's fantasy value is very low.
With all this in mind, if Bradshaw struggles, don't be surprised to see the Giants give Brown all the opportunities he needs to excel. Given Bradshaw's persistant injury history, there's no reason to drop Brown immediately. Instead, allow this situation to play out. New York faces the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4 and while they've been stout against the pass, they've struggled at times to defend the run. Look for Bradshaw to get back on track quickly.